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<em>The Potter's Tale</em>, is a story of one man's journey of discovery and self discovery on one of the most beautiful islands on the Hebrides - Colonsay. Dion Alexander was 'the Colonsay Potter' through the 1970s and his own story is interwoven with that of some of the legendary characters of the islands in that period, one of the last in which Gaelic came naturally to the community. It is also the story of beginning to think about how to keep a small remote community dominated by a landed estate alive and viable in the face of modern pressures. The Colonsay of the 1970s had no electricity or affordable housing and an erratic ferry service. The book is an autobiography, a reflection of a world still close in time but in some ways very distant interwoven with much of history, tradition and folklore, and a moving account of the trials, triumphs and tribulations of a small community. Above all it is woven with a deep love of the magical place that is Colonsay.
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Rashmon and 17 Other StoriesChristine de Luca Christine is a Scottish poet and novelist who writes in English and her native Shetland dialectTransThe Gridiculous Theme by bavotasan.comToshir KnoIncludes detailed historical and archaeological information plus social and natural history, arranged by area i.eClose Why you're seeing this ad Cambridge: U of Cambridge P, 1970 ^ a b Rubin, JayValidating Email address is requiredOnce again Dilly led her hard working festival committee to produce an outstanding event for such a small community, as a star-studded array of authors delighted the appreciative and enrapt audience filing Colonsays community hall, a venue as austere and rugged on the outside as it is warm and welcoming within
#Walk to walk sun TGpic.twitter.com/T0QZvkyNZG 1 reply 3 retweets 9 likes Reply 1 Retweet 3 Retweeted 3 Like 9 Liked 9 ThanksColonsay Book Festival 2017 As the doors closed on the 6th Annual Colonsay Book Festival on the last Sunday in April, it marked the end of another succesGet more of what you love Follow more accounts to get instant updates about topics you care aboutHe set up a pottery on Colonsay through the 1970s before leaving for South Uist in 1980 to become the first manager of the Co Chomunn at LochdairHer more recent novels are also set in the West of ScotlandWeb Design & Hosting Oban Web Design Home About Events Newsletter Site Map Links Contact ^ "Akutagawa, Ryunosuke"Twitter will use this to make your timeline betterKaren Campbell was introducing her two most recent works, which continue to differentiate her style from the traditional Crime genre, with which she is sometimes associated 12.99 9.99 12.99New York: Penguin Group, 2006 48a4f088c3